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6 days ago

Senior ELINT Subject Matter Expert

Leidos Denver, CO

* Solicit, capture, and refine system requirements and defect reports * Perform one-on-one and group system training * Author training materials… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Project Control Analyst III

Leidos Denver, CO

include: Responsible for project control functions, including planning, tracking, analysis and reporting across engineering and construction project… Beyond.com


21 days ago

Solar Energy Engineer

Leidos Denver, CO

include: writing independent/owner engineering reviews and reports, providing due diligence on various energy technologies, in particular… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Information Assurance Specialist Security Control Assessment

Leidos Denver, CO

perform security controls assessments that are an integral part of the Assessments and Authorizations process. The contractor shall perform A&A… Beyond.com


21 days ago

Section Lead Transmission Planning and Analysis

Leidos Denver, CO

** Section Lead Transmission Planning and Analysis Leidos Engineerings Transmission Planning and Analysis practice provides services that enhance… Beyond.com


20 days ago

Jr Solar Energy Engineer

Leidos Denver, CO

and duties may include assisting the team in: writing independent/owner engineering reviews and reports, providing due diligence on various energy… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Sr Energy Consultant

Leidos Denver, CO

will include analysis of power generation, oil and gas and/or process technologies, as well as natural gas and power markets related to Owners… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Consultant

Leidos Denver, CO

** Senior Consultant Resource and Technology Strategy, Energy Solutions Operation Leidos Engineering is currently seeking senior-level energy… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Software Developer/Engineer

Leidos Aurora, CO

* Reviews and tests software components for adherence to the design requirements and documents test results. Resolves software problem reports… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Software Developer/Engineer

Leidos Aurora, CO

* Reviews and tests software components for adherence to the design requirements and documents test results. Resolves software problem reports… Beyond.com


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    Former Employee - Project Manager  in  Reston, VA
    Former Employee - Project Manager in Reston, VA

    I worked at Leidos full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    On all appearances, it looks like this is a great company to work for. New name, new mission and culture. I was excited to start working there, but it changed very quickly. Very nice offices in Reston (although do not like the open concept environment).

    Cons

    Majority of company employees still want to operate "as they did before" when they were SAIC. Problem is they are not supposed to and for a new hire it is difficult if you do not know how it "used to be" because you hear it all the time. Healthcare is awful. It has very high deductible plans as I guess is the norm now. Not everyone received a bonus in 2014 because company did not do well financially after split -- but "some" people got one which, in my opinion, if some got it, everyone should. Before I came (getting ready for split) there were a lot of people from SAIC promoted into new positions they did not have the experience for. This will be a negative for the company to achieve the standards they are expecting -- and what I observed very quickly. I also observed with the open office environment that everyone was listening to conversations and, if they did not like something someone said regardless of what it was (and I am not talking about inappropriate things, just general conversation), then they would report you. Kinda felt like I was in elementary school. 401K: Well, they would contribute, HOWEVER, if you left before 5 years, they would take BACK the money they contributed. Even though new people were hired for what they were expected to bring to the company to move it forward, during the reorganizations, I noticed new hires were let go instead of older SAIC employees. What message is that sending? New CEO is "old school" as well and does not bring new forward thinking to the table to take the company to a new direction.

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    Open office environment is terrible and is not done company-wide. When you make promises to new hires about being able to help move the company forward, keep your promises. Those who do not operate on the Leidos bandwagon should be eliminated. Allocate money to the right departments to enact change. Hopefully no more "Morton's" dinner parties to leaving executives when company is struggling financially. Get better healthcare options with lower deductibles. For a company the size of Leidos, this should be easily done. Eliminate taking away 401k money you contribute -- especially if you release employee through no fault of their own. Giving a benefit and taking it away is ridicious. Give bonuses to all or none not some get and some do not.

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